Published: 06 Jul 2020
Authored by: Bea Millar
Dr Dwight Turner is a psychotherapist, senior lecturer and researcher at School of Applied Social Science at Brighton University. His most recent blog - “Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos” for BME Voices Talk Mental Health – addressed the anguish and the action that has risen from the latest public murder of a Black man, George Floyd in Minneapolis, and has been very widely read by UK and US therapists.
Here he speaks about being a Black man and a Black therapist; of racism being a problem of Whiteness rather than a Black problem; and the legacy of centuries of racism that remains largely unaddressed within our professions.
Transcript of Dwight Turner podcast https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nPdususezPIr_vx5v-q3E3hhU8pme19O/view?usp=sharing
Podcast 7 May 2020.
Therapists talk about Covid-19 Part 2
As we enter the 8th week in lockdown the new normal is in place, with therapy organisations, individual therapists and clients adapting to online or phone work.
In the second of our recordings of therapists discussing C19, Dr Esther Ramsey Jones, a psychodynamic practitioner working in palliative care and with older people talks with Clare Slaney, a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice.
Transcript of Therapists talk about Covid-19 Part II https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JqHdW-wvrV67DQhoD2Aas6uSj7oJrQc3/view?usp=sharing
Three therapists talk about Covid-19 Part 1
Transcript of 3 therapists talk about Covid -19
Eugene Ellis is the Founder and Director of BAATN, the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network, (https://www.baatn.org.uk/) the UK’s largest independent organisation to specialise in working psychologically with people who identify as Black, African, South Asian and Caribbean.
In this podcast Eugene speaks in depth about BAATN's philosophy and their growing body of work mapping the territory of what may happen when people from different ethnicities meet.
Transcript of Eugene Ellis podcast https://drive.google.com/file/d/14TzXinEutPlFEL8IArbrTH94RpJTbyk-/view?usp=sharing
Transcript of Maria Albertsen podcast
Dr Eliabeth Cotton, academic and researcher speaks about IAPT, the future of counselling and psychotherapy, ou Professional bodies, Hannha Arendt and fascism
Transcript of Elizabeth Cotton podcast https://drive.google.com/file/d/13saaqa-FzI9MyRvy5Osnmd9q9fmZiAsk/view?usp=sharing
Professor Andrew Samuels is a psychotherapist, activist and writer, as well as being the co-founder of PCSR. Here, he speaks about what underlay attempts to regulate psychotherapy and counselling and what purposes regulation serve.
Transcript of Andrew Samuels podcast https://drive.google.com/file/d/151a7F6SdIe365STt1Fuoq343SL6MBwCc/view?usp=sharing
Erin Stevens is a therapist based in West Yorkshire and one of the leading voices behind increasing opposition to the Scope of Practice and Education Project.
Transcript of Erin Stevens podcast https://drive.google.com/file/d/10SotsSBFenZjtyFXqXTsmb7fVnsv5OA8/view?usp=sharing